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Non-commissioned officers (right side) and commissioned officers (left side) with the 864th Engineer Battalion eye one another Nov. 18 during a football game on North Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Wash., pitting some of the battalion's NCOs against a team of its officers. The battalion holds a similar game, always dubbed the Turkey Bowl, each year in the week before Thanksgiving to build camaraderie within the unit.

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18/11/2011
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